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RFX Pro Wheel Spacers Rear (Yellow) RM125/250 01-08

RFX Pro Wheel Spacers Rear (Yellow) RM125/250 01-08

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Pro Series Wheel Spacers


RFX Pro Series wheel spacers are lighter and more...

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Pro Series Wheel Spacers


RFX Pro Series wheel spacers are lighter and more durable than OEM.


Constructed from 7075-T6 aluminium and colour anodised to increase durability. This helps to reduce surface wear and lessens the amount of dirt entering the hub which in turn extends the life of the bearing.


Designed with a rear lip to help keep them hooked into the seals, this reduces the chance of falling out during maintenance, speeding up wheel changes.


RFX products are tested and used by many top Grand Prix and British Motocross teams.


  • 7075-T6 Aluminium Construction.
  • Colour anodised for durability.
  • Machined rear location lip.



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CNC Machined

For a tighter tolerance


Fitting Instructions


  • Start      with the motorcycle on a box stand with the wheels raised from the ground.
  • Remove      the large spindle nut and loosen any pinch bolts on the lower fork leg.
  • Remove      the spindle from the wheel this may require the use of a brass punch and      hammer if tight.
  • Front      wheel will now remove.
  • The      rear wheel should now be loose enough to push forward and lift the chain      from the rear sprocket.
  • Rear      wheel will now remove.
  • Remove      the wheel spacers from the wheels.
  • Clean      in and around the seals with contact cleaner such as Maxima Electrical      Contact and re-grease under the seal.
  • Fit      the new wheel spacers.
  • Make      sure to open the brake pads apart inside the brake callipers to give you      extra room when re-fitting the wheel.
  • Re-fit      the wheels and push the spindles through.
  • Re-fit      the chain and set the proper chain tension by adjusting the axle blocks.
  • Tighten
         the large spindle nuts to the correct torque setting.
  • With      the bike of the stand pump the front forks up and down to align the front      forks then tighten the pinch bolts.
  • Finally      pump the brakes to re- align the callipers.


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